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    1. 02-19-2008 08:59 PM #1
      I got the code p0441(Evap Emission purge flow)
      I searched and came up with a little, someone said something about it just being because of the cold, now I'm up in vermont when the code popped up so could it simply be just the cold? or will i need to replace it. or is my cap just not clicked in enough? tia

    2. 02-20-2008 02:02 AM #2

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      02-20-2008 02:23 AM #3
      Here you might want to read this http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=3694323

    4. 02-20-2008 07:17 PM #4
      yea that would be helpful if it was my temp sensor....

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      02-20-2008 07:23 PM #5
      tighten gas cap.
      If that isn't it, check all the cloth-covered hoses - they tend to crack easily.

      Modified by AZ_NaTiV at 6:04 PM 2-20-2008
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    7. 02-20-2008 08:11 PM #7
      Quote, originally posted by AZ_NaTiV »
      tighten gas cap.
      If that isn't it, check all the cloth-covered hoses - they tend to crack easily.

      If all else fails, try buying a replacement gas cap as well.

    8. 02-20-2008 08:38 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by maddenbowler »

      I already know what the code is...so that helped me none...
      I tightened the gas cap...would the light shut off on its own or do i need to clear it to see if that was the problem...and those hoses..located on the left side of the engine bay i assume??

    9. 02-20-2008 09:25 PM #9
      clear code, tighten gas cap. pull out n80 valve. its on the pass side near the washer tank. tap it on some white paper. if some black crap comes out then replace the valve. if the code comes back you need a new charcoal canister.

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